News

"How to beat recurring UTIs without prescription drugs"

By John Doe - Published on Friday, 08 February 2013 12:50

"Conventional medicine has little to offer in the way of treating chronic urinary tract infections (UTIs) other than to prescribe heavy doses of antibiotic drugs and perhaps recommend that patients get more rest. But oftentimes these commonplace methods are not enough to provide lasting relief, and in the case of antibiotics; may actually make the problem worse. For many UTI patients, a combination of dietary changes and supplementation, not more drugs, is what is actually needed to achieve real relief from this persistent and...."

"How to Make Fermented Foods at Home"

By John Doe - Published on Friday, 08 February 2013 12:46

"Extracted from every traditional culture in the world, the healthy bacterium found in fermented foods is served up in fruit smoothies, yogurts and cultured cabbage everywhere. Even once-exotic “kefir” and sizzle-in-the-jar “kimchee” are now headlining supermarket aisles on both coasts. These healthy bacterium are (figuratively and literally) absolutely everywhere; the primary benefit of fermentation derives from nutrients created by live bacteria."

Read more: http://www.naturalhealthmag.com/fermentation

"Unintended Consequences of Getting Rid of the Penny"

By John Doe - Published on Friday, 08 February 2013 12:19

"Canada is eliminating the penny from its currency! We know what you’re thinking — “Who cares about anything Canada does?” And normally we’d agree — except that there’s been talk about retiring the penny in...."

Read more: http://www.madmagazine.com/blog

"The world's most romantic hotels"

By John Doe - Published on Friday, 08 February 2013 12:08

"In advance of Valentine's Day, we look at romantic retreats perfect for a lovers' escape."

Read more: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/ultratravel/picture-galleries/9857401/Romantic-hotels-around-the-world.html?frame=2474385

What is the meaning of comfortable?

By John Doe - Published on Friday, 08 February 2013 11:53

"In 1999, government workers in Mexico took their last officially sanctioned siesta. Until then, it was normal for clerks and bureaucrats to take two- or three-hour breaks in the middle of the workday. Many of them went home for lunch, took a nap, then returned to their offices, working into the evening to make up for lost time. The siesta used to be commonplace in Spanish-speaking countries, but the tradition..."

Read more: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/27/magazine/what-does-it-mean-to-be-comfortable.html?ref=science&_r=0

Page 19 of 135